*Per  Juliana Maria da Silva

According to the research “AI Recruitment Statistics: What Is the Future of Hiring?” (AI Recruitment Statistics: What is the Future of Hiring?), from Tidio, a company that uses AI for customer experience, almost seven in 10 recruiters (67%) see potential in using AI to hire employees and 26% believe that it can transform the Human Resources sector. The data confirms: Artificial Intelligence is not the future, it is the present!   

With the rise of technology in the HR area, many routines were automated – and optimized –, which allowed companies to reduce errors and speed up processes that previously took a lot of time. This is the case of digital admission, selection of CVs and creation of vacancies.    

AI is not here to “steal” the jobs and functions of HR professionals. On the contrary, it provides greater effectiveness and quality in certain demands, allowing the human eye to focus on functions that require greater care and attention.   

Another point that we cannot fail to mention is the issue of security. An automated system offers data protection that “handmade” does not allow. Thousands of pieces of information about companies and people are distributed daily, bringing together confidential and personal data. The company needs to make sure that nothing is leaked and there are tasks that only AI can do with 100% efficiency.    

Often, a sector that is focused on relationships between people has difficulty accepting that technology can be beneficial in everyday life. It does not have to be seen as an enemy, but rather as something that will allow the work to gain momentum and greater excellence.    

OCR bringing greater autonomy to HR demands   

Another technology that assists in the day-to-day work of HR is OCR (Optical Character Recognition), which has been on the market for some time and in recent years has seen great evolution, especially in the admissions area, becoming another great ally for HR activities. HR. The biggest benefit of the tool is the possible automation, since the Human Resources team has the automatic and efficient recognition of physical documents, such as IDs, CPFs, CNHs, proof of address and others, automating the reading and extraction of essential information for the admission process. In addition to speeding up data collection, integration with OCR strengthens process security, with 90% accuracy per document and adequate treatment of candidate information.   

 Another great highlight of OCR is that it reduces document validation from 5 minutes to 1.5. In a company that makes several admissions weekly, a large volume of admissions, every second counts! The inclusion of OCR in admissions processes is a significant step forward for companies looking to simplify and accelerate their hiring processes.    

Senior Sistemas customers rely on the solution to reduce manual errors, increase efficiency and offer a more agile experience to newly hired candidates. In fact, at Senior itself the tool is already widely used, receiving requests via the product forum, where customers are looking for productivity with image recognition technology. In a practical and easy way, it is possible to obtain numerous benefits and implement qualitative improvements in the day-to-day demands of the Human Resources team.   

Another improvement is related to ESG, as users eliminate the need for printing and documents, as well as archiving. Furthermore, good experiences are promoted for newly hired employees, as the process takes place digitally, without the need to deliver and sign physical documents.

* Juliana Maria da Silva, Head of Products Talent Acquisition at Senior Sistemas

Notice: The opinion presented in this article is the responsibility of its author and not of ABES - Brazilian Association of Software Companies

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